Iran monthly condensate export drops down

Business Materials 4 October 2013 10:31 (UTC +04:00)

Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct. 3 / Trend, D.Khatinoglu

Iran's condensates export halved during last month, compared to the country's average of monthly condensate export.

According to Iran's Custom Administration report from October 2, Iran's condensate export during first six month of current solar year (solar year started on March 20) stands at $3.385 billion, while this figure for first five months was $3.105 billion.

In other words, Iran's monthly condensate export in the first five months was averagely about $620 million, while this figure for the last month was about $280 million which indicates a 55 percent decrease.

Iran exported $17.972 billion worth of non-oil exports (including condensates) in the first half of current solar year, which indicates a 13.59 percent decrease compared to the same period last solar year.

Iran also had $19.935 billion worth of imports during first half of the solar year, which indicates a 25.4 percent decrease compared to the same period last year.

The country's most exported cargoes were respectively iron ore ($652 million), urea ($609 million) and methanol ($559 million) in the last six months.

Iran totally exported $4.841 billion worth of petrochemical products during this time.

Iran's major imports were rice ($1.289), meal ($755 million), maize ($505 million) and wheat ($447 million) during the mentioned period.